Rachelle Reichert is an artist and educator in the San Francisco Bay Area. Rachelle creates drawings and sculptures with mined or harvested substances, such as graphite and salt, as foundation in exploring social and ecological concerns.
Select exhibitions include the Contemporary Jewish Museum, Center for Contemporary Art at Pacific Northwest College of Art, and Anglim Gilbert Gallery. Artwork and research is at the Center for Art+Environment at the Nevada Museum, SFMOMA Archive, the SAIC Library, and Meta HQ. Artwork has been presented at the CA Climate Change Symposium, San Francisco State of the Estuary Conference, and the AGU Meeting. She earned her MFA from Mills College in Oakland, CA and a BFA from Boston University."
Select exhibitions include the Center for Contemporary Art at Pacific Northwest College of Art, Anglim Gilbert Gallery, September Gallery, and Mills College Art Museum. Her work has been reviewed and published in the San Francisco Chronicle, Make Magazine, California Home and Design, and New American Paintings. Artwork is included in many public and private collections, including the Madarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid, Facebook Headquarters, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Archive, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Library, and Adobe, Inc. Reichert has presented her practice at the California Climate Change Symposium, San Francisco State of the Estuary Conference, the American Geophysical Union Meeting, and currently holds a Research Ambassadorship from Planet Labs to create climate-related artwork. She earned her MFA from Mills College in Oakland, CA and a BFA from Boston University. She is a charter resident of the Minnesota Street Studio Program. To see her artwork visit www.rachellereichert.com